House Republicans look to reform RFS with eye on eliminating it all together

March 1, 2017 |

In Washington, the new chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee said Republicans are looking to push legislation through this year that would amend the Renewable Fuel Standard as a key priority, along with rules to make pipeline project approvals easier. The head of the committee’s subcommittee on environment said the goal is really to get rid of the ethanol-blending mandate all together but that at least some reforms can already get approved this year.

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